Disinformation Campaigns Are Coming for Your Bottom Line 

Disinformation Campaigns Are Coming for Your Bottom Line 

The rise of disinformation campaigns could put the reputation of your company at risk Imagine waking up to find the internet flooded with fake news that one of your products was killing hordes of people or your company had been...
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Going Analog: Tom Kellermann Emerging Cyberthreats

Going Analog: Tom Kellermann Emerging Cyberthreats

John speaks with Tom Kellermann, Chief Cybersecurity Officer at Carbon Black, about emerging cyberthreats and what we can do to protect ourselves. About Tom Kellermann Tom Kellermann is the Chief Cybersecurity Officer for Carbon Black Inc. Prior to joining Carbon Black,...
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How to Turbocharge your Cybersecurity Awareness Training

How to Turbocharge your Cybersecurity Awareness Training

Security awareness training can’t be a boring afterthought if it’s going to work.  Own it. Secure it. Protect it.  Those are the key themes for this year’s National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, coming up in October, and it’s good advice. Unfortunately,...
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Deepfakes: When Seeing May Not Be Believing

Deepfakes: When Seeing May Not Be Believing

How deepfake videos can undermine our elections, the stock markets and our belief in truth itself Last weekend, attendees at a conference in Las Vegas got quite a surprise. They were waiting for a presentation by Democratic National Committee Chairman...
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How to Protect Your College Student from Identity Theft on Campus

How to Protect Your College Student from Identity Theft on Campus

Five tips for better data and device  security habits at college This fall, roughly 19.9 million college students will attend colleges and universities in the United States, and about 12.5 million of them will be under the age of 25. ...
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Russian Election Interference Coming to Your Vote in 2020

Russian Election Interference Coming to Your Vote in 2020

What will it take for Americans, especially our politicians, to care about Russian election interference? That’s a question I’ve been asking myself since early 2017, when the NSA, CIA and FBI universally concluded that Russian President Vladimir Putin interfered with...
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Is Document Shredding Still a Thing in This Digital Age?

Is Document Shredding Still a Thing in This Digital Age?

Document shredding seems to have fallen out of favor. I recently received some questions from a client wondering if, in the age of remote massive database breaches by pajama-clad hackers, we should still shred our sensitive documents.  If it is...
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FaceApp is Fun, But Putin Will Own Your Privacy

FaceApp is Fun, But Putin Will Own Your Privacy

FaceApp quite literally owns your face forever (or atleast the image of your face). It’s funny how we spend billions of dollars a year on health and beauty products and treatments designed to keep us looking, as Carrie Underwood sings,...
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BREACHED! Customer Data from Quest Diagnostics & Lab Corp

BREACHED! Customer Data from Quest Diagnostics & Lab Corp

Within just a few days of each other, both Quest Diagnostics and Lab Corp, two of the largest blood testing providers in the nation, warned that millions of their customers might have had information breached. In both cases, customers may...
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Just Wait for the Cavity: Dental Cyber Security

Just Wait for the Cavity: Dental Cyber Security

Dental Cyber Security is kind of like, well, being a dentist. You’re in your patient’s mouth. The red flags are clear as day: calculus buildup going back to pre-fluoride Woodstock days. Severe dentin erosion, onset of gingivitis, gums retreating like...
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